Joan Waddleton




Joan Waddleton still pursues a range of conflicting interests, all making demands on her dwindling supplies of energy. She relies heavily on Shore Women to keep her in line by supplying stimuli, cogent criticism and deadlines. She also uses High Tide Poets to kick start her writing. She has published poems in Seam, The Interpreter's House, Envoi, South and Blinking Eye publishing as well as having a poem in a combined Enitharmon/Second Light Anthology Parents.







A collection of her work over many years is Beneath the Passage of a Barn Owl's Wings, published in 2011.

Joan knows a thing or two about birds.

sketch by Janet Wells

Also boats (she used to live on one). Now she lives in a very quirky stone house which is full of stories of its own.


sketch by Janet Wells


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